Covid: Vaccine uptake among over-50s hits 95% in England

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Covid: Vaccine uptake among over-50s hits 95% in England

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The Anti-vaxxers here have done their (very feeble best) and it was a damp squib.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-56849874

God bless britons for knowing not to be side tracked by dumb-arse lousy conspiracy theorists, who are now eating dirt , as I always said they would.

And Wales comes all the way out on May 17. It's basically all over bar the shouting, so let's shout.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-56844189

Rejoice, the great WEF conspiracy theory was a large steaming pile of crap after all. Good luck all, don't get too pissed up, you might bang your head and wind up in A&E, where you might get covid19 !

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Wales is nowhere near "all the way out" on May 17th.

Face nappies mandatory, limits on indoor gathers, limits on outdoor gatherings, social distancing crap and all that remains.

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Re: Covid: Vaccine uptake among over-50s hits 95% in England

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Let's just qualify the title of this thread. In England as of today, 95% of over 50s have taken the first dose and 33% of over 50s have taken the second dose.

The following chart shows the average and current rate of uptake:
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In the above chart, the average dose rate has been measured from 17th January when the rate reached a fairly constant level. One might expect that the total dose numbers are limited by available staff, which is why the first dose rolled off while the second dose ramped up.

The first dose rate is currently 32% of average and the second dose rate is 71% of average. One might expect the first dose rate to go down - but not the second dose rate. A better overall measure is the total uptake rate which, at the moment, is 73% of the average.

Unless there is a shortage of staff and/or supply, it would appear that people are becoming less inclined to take part in a clinical trial of an experimental procedure loosely called a 'vaccine'.

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MikeAustin wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 12:42 am Let's just qualify the title of this thread. In England as of today, 95% of over 50s have taken the first dose and 33% of over 50s have taken the second dose.

The following chart shows the average and current rate of uptake:
vaccination-rate-20210422.jpg


In the above chart, the average dose rate has been measured from 17th January when the rate reached a fairly constant level. One might expect that the total dose numbers are limited by available staff, which is why the first dose rolled off while the second dose ramped up.

The first dose rate is currently 32% of average and the second dose rate is 71% of average. One might expect the first dose rate to go down - but not the second dose rate. A better overall measure is the total uptake rate which, at the moment, is 73% of the average.

Unless there is a shortage of staff and/or supply, it would appear that people are becoming less inclined to take part in a clinical trial of an experimental procedure loosely called a 'vaccine'.
Well yes. At the risk of being a bit repetitive, it may be that the real world is not far short of the ONS ‘Hesitancy Survey’ ( “Coronavirus and vaccine hesitancy, Great Britain: 13 January to 7 February 2021” ), across the age groups, and also the ethnic groups.
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Re: Covid: Vaccine uptake among over-50s hits 95% in England

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Remember (now) that according to Johnson the vaccines don't help as much as the lockdowns do :lol:

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MikeAustin wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 12:42 am Let's just qualify the title of this thread. In England as of today, 95% of over 50s have taken the first dose and 33% of over 50s have taken the second dose.

The following chart shows the average and current rate of uptake:
vaccination-rate-20210422.jpg


In the above chart, the average dose rate has been measured from 17th January when the rate reached a fairly constant level. One might expect that the total dose numbers are limited by available staff, which is why the first dose rolled off while the second dose ramped up.

The first dose rate is currently 32% of average and the second dose rate is 71% of average. One might expect the first dose rate to go down - but not the second dose rate. A better overall measure is the total uptake rate which, at the moment, is 73% of the average.

Unless there is a shortage of staff and/or supply, it would appear that people are becoming less inclined to take part in a clinical trial of an experimental procedure loosely called a 'vaccine'.
Didn't you notice the focus on second doses, over the last month?
By necessity, it impacts first doses.

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The OP seems to have a rather disagreeable nature. He/she is one of a very small number of people on here whose regular posts never fail to dampen my spirits and make a little part of me die inside. Well done fon.

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MikeAustin wrote: Fri Apr 23, 2021 12:42 am Let's just qualify the title of this thread. In England as of today, 95% of over 50s have taken the first dose and 33% of over 50s have taken the second dose.

The following chart shows the average and current rate of uptake:
vaccination-rate-20210422.jpg


In the above chart, the average dose rate has been measured from 17th January when the rate reached a fairly constant level. One might expect that the total dose numbers are limited by available staff, which is why the first dose rolled off while the second dose ramped up.

The first dose rate is currently 32% of average and the second dose rate is 71% of average. One might expect the first dose rate to go down - but not the second dose rate. A better overall measure is the total uptake rate which, at the moment, is 73% of the average.

Unless there is a shortage of staff and/or supply, it would appear that people are becoming less inclined to take part in a clinical trial of an experimental procedure loosely called a 'vaccine'.
With those kind of numbers and the very well documented under reporting of serious adverse reactions with system like VAERS which the Yellow Card and EudraVigilance are sure to replicate and as these are early stage Phase III Clinical trials experimental vaccines of a type with a very long history of regulatory approval failure, adverse effect more likely to be backloaded and medium and long term. So when the final data is collated in three to five years time we are probably looking at 40K to 50K premature deaths in the UK due to adverse effects from these experimental vaccines (mostly low YLL moralities) with probably an equal or greater number with serious long term health effects causing a measurable shorting of lifespan and seriously impaired quality of life.

For comparison there were about 2000 Thalidomide babies in the UK of which about 500 survived.

And this is for experimental vaccines with unproven efficacy which probable give only short term protection for a very low general population health risk infection which is a minor variant of one of the most common endemic mild respiratory infections.

So tens of thousand of death to cover up political bungling and incompetence. An interesting definition of success. For whom? Not the people who will die of adverse effects by the thousands. Mostly the old, the frail and those with dementia. But I am sure the senior NHS administrators will be happy. All those deaths are going to free up a lot of NHS hospital beds in the next few years. I see big bonuses all round as annual performance and budget targets are for once met.

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SPARS 2025-2028 document: Severe side effects will show after a year.

https://thewhiterose.uk/severe-vaccine- ... -document/

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Re: Covid: Vaccine uptake among over-50s hits 95% in England

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Splatt wrote: Thu Apr 22, 2021 10:50 pm Wales is nowhere near "all the way out" on May 17th.

Face nappies mandatory, limits on indoor gathers, limits on outdoor gatherings, social distancing crap and all that remains.
Sorry, all th way in, I should have, all the way in to the pubs. not all the way out of restrictions, you are quite right to mention that. It gives us something to grumble about; or should I say to mumble about!!

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